SV Microwave, a designer and manufacturer of RF/Microwave coaxial connectors, cable assemblies, and passive components has released a new line of RF connectors for Ø.047" cable that features an extended-length ferrule to protect the solder joints and fragile cable sections from environmental stress. This cable connector product line is more durable and includes threaded male SMA, 2.92mm, and 2.4mm configurations and female push-on SMP and SMPM configurations.
The New Ferrule RF Cable Connector is a 50-ohm connector that operates up to 50 GHz. It provides a shielding of more than 100 dB (from DC to 26.5 GHz) and has a dielectric withstanding voltage of 500 VRMS. This connector can cope with 500 mating cycles and has an operating temperature range from -65°C to +165°C. It is MIL-STD-202 rated for corrosion (salt spray), vibration, shock, thermal shock, moisture resistance, and barometric pressure (altitude).
Key Features and Benefits of the Ferrule RF Connector:
- Longer-length ferrule protects solder joints and the most fragile sections of cable assemblies
- Increases durability for use in the field
- Replaces the need for shrink tubing
- Allows aggressive bends
The RF Ferrule Connectors are suitable for high-speed, high-reliability Military, Aerospace, Industrial, Test, and Measurement Applications.
Click here to view RF Connectors from SV Microwave.